Falck and the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA) have entered into a long term agreement for the operation and management by Falck of the former Navy Safety and Security Training Centre in Musaffah, Abu Dhabi. Falck will utilize the center to provide a comprehensive range of internationally certified water survival, fire fighting, rescue and medical training courses. Falck will upgrade the existing centre to achieve an internationally accredited training facility for the benefit of CNIA, the armed forces, government agencies and a range of hazardous industry, especially the offshore and onshore oil and gas sector.
The combination will provide a platform for the implementation of training, such as Helicopter Underwater Escape Training, together with offshore rescue and safety training for employees from CNIA and the oil and gas industry. In addition, the Centre will provide all levels of industrial and public fire-fighting training as well as maritime, search and rescue and coast guard training. Falck will introduce courses and curriculum accredited with international standards such as OPITO and STW95.
CNIA's Director General, Brigadier Engineer Muhair Ali Al Khateri, said, "The agreement with Falck will help CNIA to achieve its goals of training its human resources and providing them with the necessary skills to carry out their duties of protecting critical facilities."
"We are proud that a significant organisation such as CNIA has chosen Falck to operate the Safety and Security Centre. We look forward to providing world class training to CNIA and the oil and gas sector, together with the wider government and corporate community in Abu Dhabi. Falck is pleased to establish a strong presence in the region which will pave the way for future opportunities for the Falck Group," said Falck's Head of Middle East, Marc de Beer.
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